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indications that that occurred in the at the same times from public safety and lieutenant vance and so forth. the drills are definitely extremely important. reverse the evacuation and lock down and they are life saving protocol that not only talk to people but provide the practice and implement them wistly. a a 10 second delay increases the number of people killed or injury . a pornography or fire or any such even. nthe training is more than the armoring and affects on the school. muc motorcycle. tharching you. nthank you, sir. lieutenant paul vance, high and his crew were here just an hour going giving a new's conference. and keeping an eye out for a vehicle to come in in any moment for the superintendent. we are waiting an update out of newtown, connecticut where we expect to see the details of what transfired and the profile of the killer ahead . [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories? your world. ♪ [ whispers ] real bacon... creamy cheese... 100 calories... [ chef ] ma'am [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this sou
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. lieutenant vance and staff have a list of the names and the dates of births. anything else on there? >> no, sir. >> no. no. and that will be distributed. hope you have enough copies. everybo it was caused by gunshot wounds. obviously the manner of death on all of these cases has been classified as homicide. >> how many medical examiners were there? >> i have four doctors and -- i think all ten of my technicians, full timers and part timers, were there. one student from quinnipiac university. this was her first day. that was kind of interesting. and -- the majority of our investigative staff were working on this at some point. whether they were with us last might or on the job today. i think a lot of our clerical or what they call processing techs that did the paperwork, were there. they are on the second floor. i didn't get up there today. >> the nature of your job, you deal with horrible things at times. was this a bit different than anything you dealt with before, sir? >> did everybody hear the question? >> no. >> given with what i deal with all the time, was this one over the top? i hav
to sandy hook elementary school. lieutenant paul vance of the connecticut state police confirms that police have entered the school and have begun to evacuation students and administrators at sandy hook elementary. >> there's no concrete information yet about any injuries, but we do know that it is an active scene with state and local police on the ground there, they are working tactfully is what we're told by lieutenant vance. >> with this kind of situation and with the explosion of social media, we're getting a lot of information into our newsroom that we need to independently confirm before we report to you. so there are a lot of rumors out there about what's going on here. so the reason we put lieutenant vance on the line is to get a true view of what's going on there at that school right now. we have learned that a reverse 911 call went out from the newtown public schools, to at least the parents of sandy hook elementary school, if not the entire district, went out to parents apprising them of what's going on at this moment. but because it's so new and so fresh, we want to make sure th
once again lieutenant vance, with the state police here in connecticut. he's been the one who's been updating us on everything that's happening. we'll be listening to what he has to say, hopefully getting more details about the shooter. hopefully getting some more details about the next steps in their investigation, lots of questions of why this morning. right now we're on the scene provely a half mile behind me, you get to the elementary school are where this happen. not only was the school an active crime scene as we're told, but the temporary morgue has been delivered here up from new york city to help out in the processing of the more than two dozen bodies that are the aftermath of this crime. we also know that there are investigations happening nearby because of the mother of the shooter was killed as well. and we also know that there's investigations into the weaponry that was used. we know three weapons were used, two pistols and one semiautomatic rifle. so we continue to follow this story here. and we -- we will update you on the latest. we know more, too, about some o
that is it pretty much routine. this school was locked and we heard from lieutenant paul vance he aparently shot his way in and mashed his way in to open the dor. that is responsible for the part of the school it seems. nwe have to look at your weakest happening linth're link. if you have glass and someone shoots out a wipo and schools don't realize they have to put protective laminate on the class . we don't know if it would have maid a difference. i worked with lieutenant vance before and he is a sharp ipo and they are getting out information quickly for the mag magnitude of the details. we focus on evidence based approaches of how people account under stress .
we heard from lieutenant paul vance yesterday. >> the weapon utilized most of the time in this horrific crime was identified as bushmaster. ar-15 assault type weapon. it had high capacity magazines. in addition to that the subject had in his possession a glock 10 millimeter, a sigg sauer 9mm, all weapons had multiple magazines and additional ammunition. >> reporter: police told us when they were closing in, when they arrived at the school and were closing in on adam lanza, that is when he used one of the handguns to put a bullet in his own head, bill. bill: there were hundreds of rounds of ammunition found inside the school that were left, either on his person or in that classroom that went unused. now, police have been very cautious on these press conferences. a lot of information frankly went out on friday and saturday that has not proven to be true and a lot of that information was pulled back. i thought the information they gave out last night was precious and few. when it came to facts. do we believe through the, i guess you there the benefit of time that we could
by motorola for $49.99. vance coming up next . >> we have breaking news in from washington, secretary of state hillary clinton just feigned. they say that while suffering from a stomach virus she was dehydrated and fainted and sustained a concution . she will be at home and monitored by her doctors. she will continue to work from hem and staying in regular contact with the state department and other officials . she locks forward to being back in the office soon. we have news that hillary clinton feigned in the state department and sustained a concussion . we'll monitor the story and bring you more news as it becomes available on this one. >> state police have good evidence that might answer some questions about the tragic school shooting in connecticut. lieutenant paul vance, public information office. sir, thank you for joining us this afternoon. and obviously our heart and prayers go out to you not only from the nation but those of us here in fox newings. you have a task before you and say it is an active investigation and case; what does that mean? what are they doing? >> it is it important
, lieutenant paul vance. lieutenant, thank you so much for finding time for us. you said something yesterday that you thought the search of the various crime scenes had been successful, and you might have found something that would help us understand the why and the how of this. what can you tell us about that? >> well, i can tell you, certainly, the major crime detectives of the state police have been working continuously since this tragedy unfolded, searching not only the initial crime scene at the school, but a secondary crime scene that we also discovered during the investigation. investigators have executed a number of search warrants and many, many different locations, and i can't detail what's been recovered, but i can tell you that a significant amount of evidence has been recovered and is being cataloged and processed that will certainly assist us in this investigation. >> schieffer: well, do you have any better idea today, even if you can't tell us of the details why, of why this person did this? >> i don't know that we can answer that question just yet. there's an immense amount o
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for a number of hours. i thank in advance the senators for also joining us. i will absent and mr. vance will come forward and speak with you. thank you very much. >> good evening. i would like to restate some information we made available earlier and we will take some questions but this is an active ongoing investigation with a great deal of work to go and a lot of things we cannot confirm or discuss as of yet. shortly after 9:30 this morning, the police department received a call for help at the sandy hook elementary cool in newtown. upon realizing the intensity and difficulty of the situation we called for surrounding police departments and state police to respond. upon arrival, officers at the school immediately entered the school as we knew it was potential active shooter situation. the focus was to search for students, faculty and staff and remove them to a safe area outside of the school. they did search every nook and cranny every room, and every portion of that school and accomplished that task. they took the rescue to a saming area to reunite them with family members. as has be
is the investigation today? >>jonathan: it is moving slowly. according to lieutenant paul vance, methodally. there are two main locations they are investigating. the first, of course, is the school where the 20 children and six women staff members all died in the blaze of gunfire on friday. the second location, adam lanza's mother house, where he killed his own mother shooting her several times in the head. he then took the weapons to the school and carried out the massacre. it is a very difficult investigation if so many reasons but lieutenant vance says for the sake of the people of this town, the people of state, the people of the united states, they will get to the bottom of all of this. >> the answers for the victims and the victims and the families and the people of connecticut, they want a clear picture exactly what happened here. many times, i have said, are many people, including first responders and town residents and including people in this audience that is broken hearts over this. we are going to do everything that it takes to ensure we uncover every bit of evidence, that we ex
are listening to paul vance of the connecticut state police. i'm erin burnett with wolf blitzer. >> coming to you from newtown, connecticut. the pain is really, really great are the country, not only this up to but the country, indeed much of the world, mourns what has happened in this community. >> we were just hearing, wolf, lieutenant vance say this will probably be the last time we hear from him tonight but some of the latest things that he said, wolf that they still don't know the motive. they say that is going to come later. it is going to take them more time before they are able to talk about that and it is impossible to say how many shots were fired, wolf, but multiple high-cap pays the rounds, each magazine had about 30 shots and said hundreds of bullets at least. >> this connecticut state police lieutenant is doing an excellent job briefing us. he is being very precise on all of the details, he doesn't want to get ahead of the information that they have and so far, i have been very impressed. >> yes, ma'am to that point, they asked about nancy lanza, he says i don't know which gu
. >> pelley: lou, thanks very much. paul vance is a police lieutenant with the connecticut state police. he's been briefing reporters today and i asked him what he saw when he arrived at the school. >> it's a horrific scene. it's a very tragic scene, as we've been reporting. it involve it had death of numerous children, 20 to be exact, six adults. and it's a very tragic, horrific scene. >> pelley: were the children who were killed in one classroom? spread out across the entire school? >> one section of the building is the best way we can explain it. the deceased were all located in one complete section of the building. >> pelley: and where was the gunman found? >> in the hallway. >> pelley: outside of a classroom? >> correct. >> pelley: as the sun is going down now, are the victims still in the school? >> yeah, this is a long process and by that i mean it's a crime scene, it's a criminal investigation, it mandates that we meticulously document every single square inch of that building. we meticulously document all the affirmative actions and that's time -- facts and circumstances, and that'
painful. joining us now, lieutenant paul vance. he's become the face, the spokesman of this investigation. the connecticut state police. lieutenant vance, we're here in your office in middletown, connecticut. i know it must be hard on the journalists so it must be so much more hard on the men and women that work at the connecticut state police. what has it been like? >> it's been a horrible, tragic scene. the initial response was just horrific. the men and woman that risked their lives going in there trying to stop the aggression, trying to stop the shooting and carnage and rescue as many people as they could truly put their lives on the line but even more so, the faculty, the staff, the teachers that tried and did protect many of those children. there's good and bad but our hearts are just simply broken just due to the fact that 26 people died in that building. >> how are the men and women of the connecticut state police, the first responders, how are they doing? >> they are working through this. we provide counseling and employee assistance to them. they are human beings also but we hav
with lieutenant paul vance of the state police here in connecticut. keeping people informed all through the day yesterday. we learned overnight that you were able to notify all of the families. >> our detectives made it a priority to, in fact, identify all of the deceased victims, the children, and the adults, within the facility. >> and what more have you been able to learn about adam lanza? why and how he did this? >> this is something that's going to take a significant amount of time. from the onset, we had teams, looking into the background, peeling the onion back, so to speak. we have many, many questions we need to ask and we need to explore. >> three guns found on-site? >> we haven't discussed that as of yet. in excess of three guns. >> more than three guns. we know also that the guns match guns that his mother may have had. have you been able to put that together yet? >> i don't have that information specifically. >> do you know if they were obtained legally. >> that is something we would also explore in the investigation. >> how about how adam lanza actually got into the school. there
answers about how and dwlp happened. lieutenant paul vance of the connecticut state police saying that in his words, good evidence is being recovered but he did not go into detail. in terms of the weapons used, we do know that three weapons were recovered at the scene of the shooting near the suspect's body. there were two handguns and a semiautomatic rifle. cnn has been reporting that those gunses were purchased by his mother, nancy lanza. there's not much we do know about nancy lanza. we spoke to a neighbor earlier in the day, and she said that she knew her. but there was nothing out of the ordinary that she could see. >> she was like a normal anybody else in this neighborhood. you know, decorate the house and the house was always, you know, pristine and i mean, she was just like any other housewife. >> as for adam lanza, former classmates describe him as being a smart student, someone who was quiet. kept to himself. a neighbor who knew him in recent years described him as troubled. mary snow, cnn, newtown, connecticut. >> all right, mary, thank you very much. i want to bringing
, rather, have been evacuated safely according to lieutenant paul vance of the state police. this is the reaction of the children after they left the school. >> well, when i was out in the hall, when, like, everybody heard the bullets -- >> yeah. >> they, like, went in to a total panic. >> an how are you doing? what went on in your head as this was happening? >> whoa. >> i was in the gym an i heard a loud -- well, i heard like seven loud booms and then the gym teachers told us to go in the corner. so we all huddled and i kept hearing these booming noises. and the -- we all started -- well, we didn't scream. we started crying so all of the gym teachers told us to go in to the office where no one could find us. so then police officer came in and told us to run outside. so we did. and we came in the fire house and waited for our parents. >> jeff goldberg, as a parent, how do you find any value teaching moment or how can you comfort children to deal with the violence of every day life in america? >> well, i mean, the good thing is that this kind of violence isn't an every day th
the perpetrator lived with. with that, i'm going to turn it over to paul vance who will answer or will give you some additional information and then later in the day perhaps we'll speak again. again, i think on behalf of the people of the state of connecticut we extend our condolences as i have at the firehouse to the parents of these children, as well as the adult that is are there. i want to thank the president who has been on the phone with us today for his statement released to you a little while ago, as well as the statements he made to me earlier -- much earlier today as the hours rated by. with that, i should say there's a number of public officials and first select woman who's been on site throughout the day. we have state representatives, state senator, other select people who are here. we have the superintendent of schools who has done wonderful work in helping us get the information necessary to begin the processes that will be ongoing for a number of hours in advance. i want to thank senator blumenthal and senator-elect murphy for also joining us. with that, i'm going to absent myse
vance. lieutenant vance, in your 39-year career, how do you prepare for the enomity of a tragedy like this? >> training, training, constant, constant, training things you hope you will never have to use, just like the side arm that i wear, you hope you never have to use it. you have to train, you have to prepare, because when you get to a scene or situation, even the scene of this magnitude, you have to act. and there is no time. >> because you have emerged as the chief spokesperson. you're telling not only people here, but all over the world what is going on. it must take a toll on you. >> it does. but our training prepares us to work through those issues. to go through something like that is devastating, it is truly devastating, because we're only human. and we think about the families, we think about these children and we think about the people that lost their leaveives, we t about the teachers who protected those children. but all of these things, you have to move them aside and process, and do what you're trained to do. >> and you met with the families of these victims, 20 kids s
, lieutenant paul vance has been updating us in these press conferences. he is going to be joined this morning by the medical examiner of the state of connecticut, wain carver. where the investigation stands and they are now focusing on ballistics and weapons and they said that they'll be able to answer a lot of the questions that we had over the last couple days that have gone unanswered. also the medical examiner has wrapped up his autopsy of the shooter and the shooter's mother. he said that would be done this morning and we are expecting he will give us some information about any information that they have been able to determine out of that. that's the press conference we're waiting for and we'll bring that to you live when that happens. right now we want to get to howie curts from "reliable sources" for howie? >> the journalists are facing many challenges, no more daunting than in the first few hours as some range from incomplete to just plain wrong. >> this may have been, may have been the father of a student. >> the shooter has been identified to me by a source as ryan lanza. ryan lanza
horrific actions. but lieutenant paul vance said clues have been recovered. >> did produce some very good evidence in this investigation that our investigators will be able to use and hopefully painting the complete picture as to how and more importantly why this occurred. >> investigators are still trying to determine a motive. police are checking out report that the killer adam lanza had recently been involved in an argument with staffers at the school, but that has not been confirmed. >>> tonight we're hearing more about extraordinary heroism displayed by teachers at sandy hook elementary. some of them in the last moments of their lives. michelle miller has their story. >> reporter: the news that the six 7-year-olds had been shot multiple times devastated a community. >> just babies. they're just babies. they shouldn't be taken away from their mothers and their fathers. >> reporter: the children who survived were protected by their teachers. janet gathered her kindergartners in one corner. >> they sounded like gunshots. >> reporter: 18 years of teaching experience kicked in. >> we all
be construed as a violation of state and federal law will be prosecuted. >> that is the lieutenant col vance of the connecticut the state police. the survivors will have a terrible story to tell for the rest of their lives. cat turner now reports to >> this is a day will never forget. within a few terrifying minutes, chris fina went from teaching her students to protecting them. >> we gathered under the table and just listened to nonstop gunfire happening right outside the door knowing that gunfire was showering the hallways and the classrooms and it was nonstop. >> 9-year-old twins remember being led out of the school prayer >> when the policeman came in to get us, the -- out of the school. >> when the policeman came in to get as, he told us to cover our eyes. and just go out. >> once the scene was secured and students had evacuated from the building, medical staff rushed in, but there's not much left to do. >> this is the darkest thing that i have ever walk into by far. i have been through medical training, which has taught me a lot about dealing with stressful situations and this is the d
explaining his horrific actions. but lieutenant paul vance said clues to the possible motive have been recovered in multiple searches. >> did produce some very-- a very good evidence in this investigation, that our investigators will be able to use and hopefully painting the complete picture as to how and more importantly why this occurred. >> reporter: now, we have to say it's not clear why at this hour lanza targeted that elementary school. there were early reports yesterday indicating the mother naiive a teacher there, perhaps an aide at sandy hook. police have found no evidence she had any obvious connection to the school. and one more thing, jim. police now are checking on a different report that maybe adam lanza was involved in an argument with staffers at the school the day before the shooting, but i have to emphasize they have not yet confirmed that. jim. >> axelrod: bob orr in washington, thank you. senior correspondent john miller has been talking to his law enforcement source. he joins me now for more. john, are you hearing anything about this altercation? >> reporter: yeah,
with different eyes and new to the area at how to continue to build and cultivate the brei vance si of jewish landscape here in the bay area, what do you hope for? >> i liked what they were saying about listening to the people. this is a time in our -- in our lives that we really have to build a community from a grass roots kind of way. it is that community building type formula. long gone are the days of when you and i were children where the rabbi stood up on a high pulpit and told people what to believe and how to -- how to believe. we live in a much more eclectic and a kind of time. so it requires active liste compassion and understanding of how people live and where they're living. and use the resources available, which there are many here in the san francisco bay area to reach out and attend to those people where they are, and realize that as we do, they will then come in as well. so i think it starts as a glass roots kind of project. and of course using the frame work of jewish community life which is historic. but if i can just add one thing and i don't want to take too much time but
. i spoke at 7:00 to lieutenant vance who is the lead spokesman for the lead police here, and they are the lead investigators on the scene, and you can imagine with the number of fa l fatalities here and the number of victims here and extraordinarily complicated investigation is under way. first, you have the scene at the home of the mother of the shooter, and that is one scene. and then the massive scene at the school. although, it did take place in one area of the school, and in two different rooms, and through the night, we know that the coroner's team was on the scene. late last night we saw a parade of vehicles leaving there including four cars who had priests in it, and members of the religious community coming together to try to help these grieving families. all of the families of the victims have been notified. what we were expecting here this morning is to get a list of those victims. of course sh, p many of them already known to the community, because in this close-knit town people know each other, and people have spoken among themselves, and many of them, of c
: and that didn't happen. state police lieutenant paul vance says no responding officer fired their weapons at the scene. brown says even that can have an impact on them. >> that leaves them with a helpless feeling and makes them second guess some what have they had done and that's very i do deal with. very difficult to deal with. >> police are also this morning searching for a woman they say pushed a man to his death on a new york train flat form that happened yesterday evening. witnesses say the woman was pacing on the train platform talking to her is of before she sat on the bench. when the train pulled up to the station she got up and push the man on tracks and ran awaych he was pinned in by the second car. police are investigating the case. >> five things a know on this friday morning they deals audiences and this weekend you can catch the world famous harlem globetrotters first mariner arena in baltimore. globetrotters have a write your own rules world tour first displayed at the arena on saturday. baltimore native hall will be one of the newest players joining the team. you can see h
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is lieutenant paul vance, a spokesman for the connecticut state police. he's in newtown himself. i don't know if you have the answers, lieutenant, and you must be overwhelmed right now. but first of all, can you identify the shooter in this particular case? can you give us that person's name? >> wolf, we do have a tentative identification, but for investigative reasons we're holding back that information for our own purposes. you are correct in saying that there is a secondary scene in newtown away from the school at a private home where there's another deceased adult that may be related to this. just for investigatory reasons, we're holding back that identity right at this time. >> can you tell us if the shooter did have a connection, though, to the school? there's been a lot of speculation that the shooter's mother, for example, was a teacher inside one of those classrooms. >> we need to, again, be extremely cautious in releasing that information. that will be forthcoming, i would say, within the next three or four hours but at this time we haven't discussed that at all. >> is there another
of evidence to help explain the how and why this occurred. here is a little bit from lieutenant paul vance as to how the shooter may have gotten into the building. >> we have established the point of entry. it was, i can tell you it's believed he was not voluntarily let into the school at all. that he forced his way into the school. >> reporter: and there is some evidence, reports out that lanza may have had some sort of altercation at the school in the days before the shooting occurred. we spoke with lieutenant paul vance and he has not confirmed so we don't have any knowledge for certain that lanza had been in the school days before the shooting, but all of these things are looked into and authorities are working to find everything out. >> one person that might be able to shed light on what may have happened during the course of this massacre, one survivor, a female survivor, a woman, police say they're speaking with her and that what she's saying will be involumable to figure out what happened inside the walls of the school. >> they're waiting to hear more from her. molly line with mor
before she died. i want to bring in lieutenant paul vance with the connecticut state police. he's the lead spokes man, you've seen him speaking many times. it's been a very difficult job to have to update the world on what he knows. he joins me on the phone now with the latest. i appreciate it, we all do because everyone wants to understand what happened here. we have confirmed as you just heard, that nancy lanza was away in the days before the shooting. what can you tell us about her relationship with her son? >> i think what's important is to make sure that everyone understands that our investigators, our state police detectives have to take every piece of information and confirm it. ensure that it's totally accurate, and totally pristine and without error before we can come out publicly and state it. therefore, we haven't really come out and stated anything too too much relative to the relationship with the shooter, prior to the catastrophe that happened at the school. >> all right and i understand that. we don't want you to rush it, then have to change what you say, so i do
. >> the woman that vance was referring to, nancy lanza, the mother of the shooter identified as 20-year-old adam lanza. police have described what they call good evidence but they are not releasing that information, at least not yet. school employees who were inside the school during the shooting are starting to come forward to describe their harrowing ordeal. earlier this morning the school librarian who worked at the school talked about the school's principal, one of the victims in this tragedy. >> she wasn't in her office. she was in a meeting. he went through the front door, if you go in the front door the office is in front of you. he went by the first-class room and the next two classrooms is where the shootings took place. she was in a meeting, i heard, across the hallway and she must have come out and confronted him on his way down the hallway. the school psychologist, mary sherlach was killed. >> what can you tell us about the reaction of some of the teachers and protecting their children? >> i think everybody does what they have to do when they are confronted with a situation like that
with the school. at this time period of his life. is the way lieutenant vance put it. so that does add to the mystery that continues to hang over this as to why. why he made this attack. we also have spoken to more friends and family members whoft lanza family today who have reiterated there was no indication of any violence in his background. he was clearly a troubled young man. his mother nancy lanza described him as welcome a recklous. had no regular job. trying to find hip internships to get him out of the house. no indication of violence. one of those friends told us that he was a vegan who has a moral objection to killing animals that -- to eat. so, all that adds yet further mystery to what possibly would have motivated him to do what he did. >> michael, also in this investigation, people have been hoping to hear or learn more about adam lanza through a digital footprint. these days, people have facebook pages, on twitter. destruction the computers in the home may impact what is uncovered in that respect. >> reporter: exactly. so far, by the way, we have found no indication of th
vance. tonight, president obama issued yet another warning to republicans, do not use the fiscal cliff to start a fight over the debt ceiling. the u.s. could reach its debt ceiling by the end of the month, and risk defaulting on its loans early next year. house speaker john boehner today said, quote, we don't have time for the president to continue shifting the goal posts. we need to solve this problem. danielle lee now joins us from capitol hill with more on this story tonight. danielle? >> reporter: jim, good evening. we're just now learning that president obama spoke to house speaker john boehner by phone this afternoon. but we're not hearing of any progress on avoiding the fiscal cliff or on raising the nation's debt ceiling which is currently at $16.4 trillion. there are new concerns about what could happen to the country's credit rating in the new year. each day toward the fiscal cliff is also another day closer to the country maxing out on its borrowing limit. president obama talked to business leaders today. >> the only thing that the debt ceiling is good for as a weapon is to
information. we want to share this with our viewers. lt. paul vance of the connecticut state police has this to share with us. he says there will be a news conference on site at 1:30 eastern time. he is giving time frame at the sandy hook elementary school. he says they're not releasing further details at this moment, but he referred to it as quote, a large scene. we'll give you more as we get it. >>> right now some brand new stories and breaking news. jon: you know ambassador susan rice withdraws her name from consideration to be secretary of state. why she backed out and who's in the running now. >>> also a nightmare for a former marine, jailed for months in mexico on what his family says are trumped up charges. how they are fighting to bring him back home. >>> almost a century later new information on the hindenburg disaster. we'll look into what caused it with an expert, all "happening now." jon: and a good friday morning to you. the u.n. ambassador susan rice takes herself out of the running to be secretary of state, ending a long standoff with senate republican who is promised to
information. lieutenant paul vance will be the one leading that in the next 20 to 30 minutes. of course, we will be at that news conference, but right now over at the school parents just confused. we're hearing that. they're very tense. as we were showing up, a lot of parents walked out with their children, very young children, third, fourth graders. they were, of course, very emotional. a lot were crying. one parent telling us that his child told him that someone walked into the classroom and shot the teacher. that's just some of the information. we asked that parent how your child is doing. he was running up the street saying, i don't know at that the point. they're still trying to figure out that. there's just a lot of information that's coming out. again, the news conference will be happening about two miles from here. we have a crew there. we will be getting that information very shortly. hopefully to shed some light, lieutenant paul vancie telling s this is one of the worst shooting incidents we've seen in the state in a long time. right now newtown police here trying to work with the
from newtown, lieutenant vance of the state police and the medical inspector. >>> one of the unanswered questions in this tragic shooting, who were nancy and adam lanza? what kind of life did the mother and son live before the shootings in connecticut? we'll take a closer look. have a good night. here you go. you, too. i'm going to dream about that steak. i'm going to dream about that tiramisu. what a night, huh? but, um, can the test drive be over now? head back to the dealership? [ male announcer ] it's practically yours. but we still need your signature. volkswagen sign then drive is back. and it's never been easier to get a passat. that's the power of german engineering. get $0 down, $0 due at signing, $0 deposit, and $0 first month's payment on any new volkswagen. visit vwdealer.com today. military families face, we understand. at usaa, we know military life is different. we've been there. that's why every bit of financial advice we offer is geared specifically to current and former military members and their families. [ laughs ] dad! dad! [ applause ] ♪ [ male announcer
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